Apple today sent the fourth beta of the upcoming tvOS 16.2 update to developers for testing, and the beta comes two weeks after Apple released the third beta.


Developers can download the tvOS 16.2 beta by downloading a profile to the Apple TV using Xcode.

tvOS updates are usually small in scale and focus on internal bug fixes and improvements rather than notable outward changes, but there are some notable features in the tvOS 16.2 update. Adds support for the new Home app architecture designed to make home setups faster and more reliable.

tvOS 16.2 also adds a new Siri voice recognition feature, allowing “Apple TV” to recognize each person in the house by voice and switch to the appropriate profile. This makes it easy to switch between “Apple TV” users, get the right music, TV shows, recommendations and more. Voice recognition supports up to six family members.

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